Jolyne Medicos Crystal Edition Figure
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Jolyne Cujo Third Crystal Edition Figure Will Be at Anime Expo 2023

Medicos will unveil its Crystal Edition action figure of Jolyne Cujo Third from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean at Anime Expo 2023. A limited supply of the figures will be available at the con, which will run from July 1-4, 2023. It will also be available via lottery during WonFes Summer 2023.

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In the past, Medicos released Crystal Edition figures of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure characters such as Cars. The Crystal Edition physically looks like a normal action figure, but there is an extremely limited amount. There were only eighty figure total for Cars, and they each had a serial number. The Cars figure ran for 40,000 JPY (around $295.60). While we do not yet know the price for the Jolyne Cujo Third Crystal Edition figure from Medicos, more information on the Stone Ocean item should come out closer to WonFes 2023 and Anime Expo.

As the main character of Stone Ocean, it stands to reason that there is a lot of merchandise out there for Jolyne. Medicos will release another figure of her, though it isn’t posable, in November 2023. Including taxes, it will cost 12,980 JPY, which is around $95.90. In the past, you could also buy Jolyne shoes, lingerie, and Look Up figures.

The Jolyne Cujo Third Crystal Edition figure will be available while supplies last. You’ll be able to purchase them during WonFes Summer 2023 and at Anime Expo 2023.

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